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A bill that would have provided counties a new way to fund 911 services will not pass the Missouri Legislature this year, according to a state senator.
Two area state representatives supported the controversial right-to-work bill that passed the Legislature this week, and the local state senator supported it as well.
Two local state representatives shared their thoughts on the controversy involving Missouri Speaker of the House John Diehl exchanging sexually charged text messages with a college freshman intern.
There will be no races for Washington City Council seats on the April municipal election ballot.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill said Monday that she won't run for Missouri governor in 2016, avoiding a potential Democratic primary with Missouri's attorney general.
The process to replace county commissioners who do not complete their terms would be changed under a bill filed by Justin Alferman, who was elected state representative this year.
State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Union, has prefiled a bill for next year’s legislative session to allow voters to decide whether red light cameras and other automated traffic control systems should be banned.
After serving as Franklin County’s chief law enforcement official since 1988, Sheriff Gary Toelke says its time to hang up his gunbelt.
Republicans ran away with the election Tuesday night among Franklin County voters.
Voter turnout in Tuesday’s general election in Franklin County was 38 percent.
Same-sex couples will not be issued marriage licenses in Franklin County, despite a judge’s ruling that the state’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional
Voters approved a ballot measure to combine three sewer districts in eastern Franklin County into one district to more cost effectively meet new state pollution control regulations, according to an official.
Committees for candidates seeking Franklin County office have filed their final campaign finance reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission going into Tuesday’s general election.
Four state constitutional amendments will be decided by Missouri voters in the Tuesday general election.